December is a big month. Yes, there is Chanukah and Christmas. This month was extra special because I also celebrated my birthday. Here are 6 reads from around the web this month that inspired me.
Here are some inspiring reads from around the web that I found in December.
Women’s Money Talk featuring She Picks Up Pennies
Penny reminds us that financial advise is not one-size-fits-all. This is something that I, too, need to keep in mind. We have to understand the other person’s situation, and remember that “life is a confluence of factors.”
Rockstar Finance feature by MoneySavedMoneyEarned.com
I am someone who has embraced frugalism. I wholeheartedly agree with the points made in this post about the relationship between consumerism and debt. Frugalism is truly a different state of mind than consumerism, and one that I find to be very freeing.
get rich slowly guest post by Zach of Four Pillar Freedom
This is a question that many people ask. Here, Zach does a great job of laying the numbers out for us. Spoiler: the first $100,000 is the hardest. I also appreciate J.D.’s note about how the bull market in recent years is affecting the FIRE movement.
by Millionaire Mob
This article was chosen for its tips for saving on three vitally important natural resources that we all use every day: water, energy, and food.
by Retire by Forty
Retire by Forty has been one of my favorite blogs for years. I appreciate this post because it’s a question that some who don’t understand my choices have asked me.
by Costa Rica Fire
To end 2018 on a positive note, here are some inspiring quotes.
Wishing everyone a safe and prosperous New Year!